From birth your baby is completely attached to you and finds nothing better than to be. Throughout the day at your Your baby loves it all sorts of games and other activities to do together with you. But how do you know what kind of exercises and games your baby could do to you?
Children between 8 and 13 weeks
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Go easily to sit. Provide a helping hand. Pull your knees and put the baby on your thighs. In this position, he can make you look good. At the same time you can see all his reactions well yourself. You can talk about the things of the day. Or what you are going to do later. Who is coming. It does not matter what. The important thing is the rhythm of your voice and facial expressions. Note the reactions of the baby. So you already what excites him most. Stop when the baby shows that he has enough of.
Together see things a baby of this age is not really in a position themselves to grab things and watch them. He begins to learn that. Pass So take a look together everything that fascinates him. From listening to your voice, he enjoys, and he learns a lot from it. Let your meanwhile always guided by his reactions.
Acceleration Game This should be done only when the baby itself can lift his head.Go there easy chair. Provide a helping hand. Pull your knees and put the baby on your thighs. He’s already something in half-sitting. Which is finer for him. Grab his arms firmly and pull slowly to sitting position. Encourage him to work in the meantime. Go only if you find it so agreeable and if he shows that he likes it.
Bathe together He especially enjoys watching the water as it moves.And he enjoys the waves and rolling over his body. Lay the baby on your stomach and point him in the water droplets and rivulets that run off. Or lay him on his back on your stomach and put together “in a boat, take tea drinking.” Proceed slowly to the beat of the song back and forth and make small waves.
Infants between 11 and 16 weeks
At this age your baby raises the most fun when he “moved” by Mother word: slowly, quietly and smoothly. All games should moreover take very short. It’s better to play a different game than to continue with the same long. “plane” play Lift the baby slowly, preferably with a swelling or later becoming sound. He then extends naturally. Let him fly above your head. And the beginning of the fall, with an appropriate sound. If he comes to you, you will receive him with a hug-bite in the neck. You will see that the baby knows this fast approaching and all with open mouth and bites back. You will also discover that the baby opens his mouth, as if to bite, if he wants a repeat of this fly.
Baby is the “pendulum clock” Put the baby on your knees and swing it slowly from right to left.Try all sorts of sounds that fit. Such as high speed tick-tock, a low, slow bim-bam or do after the Westminster and vary from high to lay and from fast to slow. Just what the baby that oment like best. Hold it firmly and make sure that it can easily take an meek. His head with the movement Baby sitting on a “rocking horse” Put the baby on your knees and make step movement with your legs.The baby then wobbles up and down. You can also invent a pasend sound with every step you make. Look what will your baby funny. Say “zjoeoeoem” at every step. Most babies find that at this age the most. “Hap-game” Sit down before him, and looks like the baby, go slowly and face his tummy or nose. Meanwhile, make a long sound that swells or changes of pitch, for example, “haaaaap” or “boooeeem”.
Think of the sounds that makes the baby itself. “feel to dust” Fold along with the baby you were and give him different fabrics in hands. Such as wool, cotton, terry and nylon. Pat e smoke agree with his hand over it. The baby likes to with his fingers and mouth to feel the fabrics. Try it with a piece of chamois leather and felt. Jumping or rockers lap Most babies have a lot of fun in itself endlessly repeating the same movements: He himself from sitting to standing. In one smooth motion. And he repeats this endlessly: up-and-down-up-and-down. He enjoys it and often laughs. Of course he should be well maintained.